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The Life & Legacy of Douglass North: Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of North's Nobel Prize in EconomicsRead More »
This 60-minute practice covers the basics of Tai Chi, a low-impact martial art that can relieve stress.Read More »
"The Elephant in the Brain: Hidden Motives in Everyday Life"
We want to show the region that Mason students can compete with anyone! $30,000 worth of cash and prizes is at stake. This year the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship is going to host the competition on the Fairfax campus in the MIX@Fenwick on April 12th. The “2018 Day of Innovation” will be from 11am-5pm with three separate competitions: • Traditional business • Social impact • Mobile game designRead More »
Our weekly yoga for well-being practice helps you strengthen your body, mind, and spirit.Read More »
Take a break from your work or studies to join other Mason faculty, staff, and students in silent meditation together.Read More »
Social Innovation is designed to help you understand and develop viable solutions to pressing social and environmental problems. There are many approaches to addressing societal concerns including governmental policy and social activism. Social Innovators engage these sectors but also utilize entrepreneurial practices of the business sector to build solutions that are self-sustaining and scalable and are not dependent on charitable contributions or government funding.Read More »